EU reaches new deal to salvage law on platform workers. But will countries stir up another revolt?
The European Parliament and the Council struck on Thursday a new deal on a draft law to improve the conditions of platform workers, after the previous agreement had been derailed in a last-minute revolt.
Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine has reignited the EU's long-stalled enlargement process. Real Economy reports from Albania, to see how its bid to join the bloc is transforming the country's economy.
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Saturday marks the second anniversary of the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine with several EU leaders including Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen travelling to Kyiv to express support.
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Watch highlights from Euronews’ live debate in the European Parliament, where we brought together experts from politics, policy and industry to discuss rolling out renewables, building new smart grids, and hitting net zero by 2050.
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In a resolution adopted on Thursday, the European Parliament - troubled by the so-called "Russiagate" affair - called on the EU to take action to prevent the Kremlin from interfering in the European decision-making process.
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